Documentation of Extreme North Cameroon Sign Language and Cameroon Sign Language
The Documentation of Extreme North Cameroon Sign Language and Cameroon Sign Language is a collection of video recordings of signers in the Far North Cameroon region of Cameroon. The recordings took place between June 2013 and February 2014 by Sam Lutalo-Kiingi.
The collected data contains narratives, spontaneous language use in the form of monologues, dialogues, and group conversations covering a wide range of themes such as myths and legends, historical narratives, and personal stories.
|Languages||Extreme North Cameroon Sign Language, Cameroon Sign Language|
|Size||8 hours recorded|
20 participants (approximate)
Deaf and hearing
From different towns in the North Cameroon region
|Metadata Format||ELAR HTML|
|Translation||English, 1,5 hours (7 recordings)|
|Annotation||1,5 hours (7 recordings) segmented and transcribed with glossaries in English or French|
Restricted access for 35 videos requires registration
Restricted access for 49 videos, ELAN files and further written documentation requires confirmed registration
|Institution||Kyambogo University, Uganda|
Lutalo-Kiingi, Sam. 2014. Documentation of Extreme North Cameroon Sign Language and Cameroon Sign Language. Endangered Languages Archive. http://hdl.handle.net/2196/00-0000-0000-0002-669B-C. Accessed on [insert date here].
This entry was last modified on 17 May 2023.